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post #1 of 6 Old 12-06-2009, 06:29 AM Thread Starter
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wheel hubs for '99

I have read on here that you can upgrade the rotors and wheel bearing unit to a late '99 and it is a perfect fit. I was wondering though, what if the one side is early '99 parts and newer and I only want to change one side now, is that a problem? Thanks for the input.

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99 f 250 lariat 4x4 x-cab 7.3 --> SOLD
4" banks exhaust
AIS intake
zoodad mod
warn lockout hubs
285/75 16 Nitto Terra Grapplers
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I would think that you could do that...never heard of it but that's not to say it couldn't work. Its not going to know the difference.
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I would think it would work just fine.

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i did it and ran that way for a while with mine. i have since switched both sides.

i also was able to use washers to make up the difference in the mismatched parts for a short time. as i recall i shimmed between the brake caliper and where it mounts to adjust for the difference in the brake rotor., this bought me enough time to get the updated parts.

early '99 F250 SC 4x4, 7.3, auto, NAPA big air, MBRP turbo-back 4", with late '99 front end parts, otherwise stock.

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I did them one side at a time. Works just fine. Federated Auto was the cheapest on the hubs and rotors. I think I paid $160 for the hub and $52 for the rotor. Stick with a semi-metallic pad if you want good braking. Ceramics don't bite as well . . .

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